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The Visiting International Researcher Fund enhances collaborations between the School of Psychology and international researchers visiting the South Pacific.
The school normally funds two to three Visiting International Researchers annually. Visits are not normally longer than four weeks.
Visiting International Researchers are invited to present at least one academic seminar on specialist topic(s) of current interest to the visitor. These seminars are presented to school staff and graduate students, but are widely advertised on campus and open to the general academic and professional community.
The Visiting International Researcher should engage with their host and other staff or postgraduate students in the school to explore opportunities for ongoing collaborative research.
The Visiting International Researcher would normally be based at one of the school campuses: Auckland, Manawatu or Wellington.
The host will be responsible for:
Applications for a Visiting International Researcher Fund may be received by the Head of School at any time. Applications must be made by the proposed Visitor’s host and contain:
Funding for the Visiting International Researcher would not normally exceed $2000. No more than three funded visits would normally be available in any year.
Further details about the scholarship, its funding, or the School of Psychology are available from:
The Head of School
School of Psychology
Private Bag 11222
Palmerston North 4442
Time Zone: GMT + 12:00
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Last updated on Tuesday 16 August 2016